White Paper: Panduit
The technological platforms such as cloud, big data, telecom industry, and social media are engaging towards better customer service, workforce collaboration, and cost efficient means. It is essential to address the maximizing of IT infrastructure and the efficiency of physical data centre in order to intelligently monitor the availability of resources. The Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) system allows for an intelligent edge that can spell the difference between success and failure to an organization. Organization that spends efficiently on its resources always gains a competitive edge to its competitors. Find out more about the DCIM systems and enhance your business productivity through the White paper below to address your concerns: Does my data center perform to the optimum levels of efficiency? How will DCIM systems bring innovation and competitive edge to my organization? Is the space utilization and connectivity tracking of the data center equipment getting hampered?
White Paper: Panduit
The data center industry is going through a change in cabinet color preference for improved aesthetics, work space lighting effectiveness, and cost savings due to decreased lighting requirements. Lighter colors for the cabinets reflect more illumination into the room—increasing the overall lighting level. Fewer light fixtures are needed and resulting in a lower continuous lighting power load. Panduit Corporate Research & Development conducted a series of computer simulations to determine the impact of aisle containment systems and vertical exhaust ducts (chimneys) on lighting in the data center. Analysis such as Baseline Configuration, Cold Aisle Containment, and vertical exhaust ducts (VEDs) are done on black and white cabinets to find its effectiveness on lighting and cooling strategies. What is the use of cabinet color in data centers? What is the impact of data center lighting and cooling strategy on data centers? What is the future of data center configuration? Move ahead and read the following whitepaper that will address all your questions, including these: Does cabinet color save costs? What impact do aisle containment solutions and vertical exhaust ducts (chimneys) have on data center lighting? Do these solutions change the lighting impact of white cabinets?
White Paper: Panduit
Data centers are the nerve center of successful business operations, resulting in surging demand for processing power, work load virtualization, and consolidation combined with pressure to reduce operating expenses (OpEx) and improve asset utilization. Most modern energy-efficient data centers deploy some kind of containment system— reducing the overall cooling energy cost by preventing or reducing the mixing of cold and hot air streams. Panduit has run several tests focusing on the comparison of common cold air containment and hot air containment techniques: Cold Aisle Containment (CAC), Hot Aisle Containment (HAC), and Vertical Exhaust Duct (VED) or Chimney with the goal to reduce energy consumption in the data centers. What is the importance of maintaining data center cooling energy efficiency? What is the importance of sealing cabinets? What are the selection criteria for Standard Hot Aisle / Cold Aisle (HA/CA) vs. VED vs. CAC? Move ahead and read the following white paper that will address all your questions, including these: What are the types of air containment systems? How to determine ideal data center layout using economic analysis and CFD analysis? How to determine efficiency of cooling system with dry cooler, mechanical chiller and cooling tower? What are the opportunities in air containment systems for data centers?
Guide to Data Center Infrastructure Optimization Planning
White Paper: Panduit
Hybrid data center strategy is the need of the hour for the companies that are pursuing the opportunities business and IT has to provide. A hybrid infrastructure consisting physical data center both on-premise and hosted facility of the highest competence will provide the maximum data center efficiency to the company. IT leaders are always responsible for IT service levels, regardless of the location of the data center. A full-featured Data center infrastructure Management (DCIM) solution improves the efficiency of hybrid infrastructure and enhances the IT leader’s visibility and control over the infrastructure. Key takeaways from this white paper: A hybrid data center strategy requires advisory assistance, integrated stack On-premise data centers will increase business agility. Data Center Service Provider (DCSP) is cost effective in nature and reduces the overall expenditure on IT infrastructure. The IT leaders of a company have to maintain the contractual responsibility of DCSP to enhance data center performance. DCIM is essential to maintain electrical power, pace conservation, thermal risks, and assets.
Switch to Parallels Remote Application Server and Save 60% Compared to Cintrix XenApp
White Paper: Parallels
Who Should Read This White Paper? Existing Citrix solutions users who need an application and virtual desktop delivery solution that is easy to use, low-cost, and can easily scale up to meet their business requirements. Considered an industry underdog by many, Parallels Remote Application Server has been in the industry since 2005, and many Citrix customers have already switched to Parallels Remote Application Server. This white paper examines how migrating to Parallels Remote Application Server (Remote Application Server) can reduce the costs of an application and virtual desktop delivery solution by 60%. Key takeaways from this white paper: Citrix XenApp vs Parallels Remote Application Server: features both solutions offer in an out-of-the-box solution Difference in the cost of licenses and yearly renewals for Citrix XenApp and Parallels Remote Application Server Parallels Remote Application Server Hardware Setup Scaling Up Parallels Remote Application Server
Trends and Directions in Data Center Interconnect: A Survey of Optical and Packet Mode Networking Practices
White Paper: ACG Research
Today with the ever increasing demand of the data center and network virtualization for information and communication technology services delivery has led Data Center Interconnect (DCI) to become an important aspect of service providers’ network architectures, enabling resiliency, load-sharing, and distributed workloads. Data Center Interconnect is also becoming a way to connect data centers in a cloud of virtualized compute and storage using SDN to automatically allocate resources as required. This whitepaper on “Trends and Directions in Data Center Interconnect: A Survey of Optical and Packet Mode Networking Practices”: Provides insight into existing data center practices as well as future practices Investigates the trends and directions that service providers are taking in the deployment of their data center interconnect market and solutions Connected directly with service providers utilizing DCI equipment or planning to deploy such equipment to interconnect their data centers in the next 12 months.